Polar Bear Coolers Nylon Series Soft Cooler – Tote and Backpack Sizes Reviews

Polar Bear Coolers Nylon Series Soft Cooler - Tote and Backpack Sizes

  • Rugged 1000D Nylon exterior - never rips, scratches or tears; Unbreakable zippers and hardware by YKK
  • High density open-cell foam insulation provides a minimum of 24 hours frozen ice when packed correctly
  • Strongest and safest interior liner ever built into a soft cooler - FDA Approved TPU Double-Coated Nylon
  • Adjustable padded shoulder rest included (not available with 6 Pack size)
  • Want to custom brand your cooler? No problem! Nylon Series coolers can be purchased directly on the Polar Bear Coolers website with text or logo embroidery
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty - Guaranteed Leakproof / Sweatproof
  • Can be compressed down to half-size when empty, and tucks away nicely when not in use
MAKE IT YOUR OWN! Be sure to check out the Polar Bear Coolers website to personalize your Polar Bear Cooler. Polar Bear Coolers offers full in house embroidery for customization. Join the thousands who have co-branded with Polar Bear Coolers. Polar Bear Coolers are ideal for promotional advertisement, corporate business gifts, product association awards and recognition, personalized groomsman gifts, Country Club Golf logo, or add a boat name for the perfect gift. Associate your logo with a product you can be proud of and the recipient will appreciate and use for years! Polar Bear Cooler offers quick turnaround and high quality embroidery. Find out what it's like to be on the receiving end of a Polar Bear Cooler. Send us your logo and request a production sample layout today. It's quick, it's easy, and it's free. All available at the Polar Bear Coolers website. Patent Pending.

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  1. 525 of 552 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    The Beer Review, June 23, 2013
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    I couldn’t care less how many sandwiches and yoghurts you can get into a cooler. Coolers are for beer, and beer comes in bottles, so we need an objective review for those who want cold beer.

    I’ve never bought a soft cooler before because they are all, without exception, total and complete junk. Soft coolers don’t keep beer (or anything else) cold. So when a friend of mine turned up with one of these things you can imagine how I laughed at him. One boat trip later and I was prepared to admit that he had chosen wisely.

    These things are unbelievable. He left his cooler in the sun all day (an amateur mistake) in 90 degree heat, and when we got back his ice was still the same shape as when it went in, just slightly glossier – barely any melting at all, and just a small amount of melt water in the bottom. My cooler (that I constantly moved to keep it in the shade) came back with cold water and a few sad lonely ice cubes floating on top. I kept my share of the beer cold, but I was on the limit. Another hour or two and the beer situation would have become critical.

    I’ve since bought a 12 and a 24 pack cooler, and haven’t used my hard coolers since. The 12 pack will comfortably fit 16 bottles of beer, and you can fill the rest of the space with ice. If running out of beer is problem (and lets be honest, when is running out of beer not a problem?) I can get 18 in with a little coercing, although there is less room for ice and you’ll struggle a little with the zip (solution: drink one. Problem solved)

    The 24 pack will comfortably swallow 26 beers (30 at a pinch). I wouldn’t recommend the 48 pack, I don’t own one, but the 24 pack with 30 beers and ice is heavy enough. You’d never lift the 48. If you need the capacity I’d suggest two 24 packs.

    The only negatives with these coolers is that they don’t have a water proof base, so you have to be careful about where you put it (think boats, puddles on the ground etc) and being soft sided, you can’t sit on it. But the advantages far outweigh these little problems.

    I also love the way they don’t look like coolers. You could take one of these to a funeral to down a cold one in the pews and no body would notice. You need never be more than 3 feet from a tasty brew ever again, and It’ll always be icy cold.

    I’ve never seen one leak (several of us have them now). The little bottle opener on the zip will break after about 30 bottles, so forget using it, and don’t leave them in the sun, being fabric they do fade.

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  2. 246 of 262 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    The Beer Review, June 23, 2013
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    I couldn’t care less how many sandwiches and yoghurts you can get into a cooler. Coolers are for beer, and beer comes in bottles, so we need an objective review for those who want cold beer.

    I’ve never bought a soft cooler before because they are all, without exception, total and complete junk. Soft coolers don’t keep beer (or anything else) cold. So when a friend of mine turned up with one of these things you can imagine how I laughed at him. One boat trip later and I was prepared to admit that he had chosen wisely.

    These things are unbelievable. He left his cooler in the sun all day (an amateur mistake) in 90 degree heat, and when we got back his ice was still the same shape as when it went in, just slightly glossier – barely any melting at all, and just a small amount of melt water in the bottom. My cooler (that I constantly moved to keep it in the shade) came back with cold water and a few sad lonely ice cubes floating on top. I kept my share of the beer cold, but I was on the limit. Another hour or two and the beer situation would have become critical.

    I’ve since bought a 12 and a 24 pack cooler, and haven’t used my hard coolers since. The 12 pack will comfortably fit 16 bottles of beer, and you can fill the rest of the space with ice. If running out of beer is problem (and lets be honest, when is running out of beer not a problem?) I can get 18 in with a little coercing, although there is less room for ice and you’ll struggle a little with the zip (solution: drink one. Problem solved)

    The 24 pack will comfortably swallow 26 beers (30 at a pinch). I wouldn’t recommend the 48 pack, I don’t own one, but the 24 pack with 30 beers and ice is heavy enough. You’d never lift the 48. If you need the capacity I’d suggest two 24 packs.

    The only negatives with these coolers is that they don’t have a water proof base, so you have to be careful about where you put it (think boats, puddles on the ground etc) and being soft sided, you can’t sit on it. But the advantages far outweigh these little problems.

    I also love the way they don’t look like coolers. You could take one of these to a funeral to down a cold one in the pews and no body would notice. You need never be more than 3 feet from a tasty brew ever again, and It’ll always be icy cold.

    I’ve never seen one leak (several of us have them now). The little bottle opener on the zip will break after about 30 bottles, so forget using it, and don’t leave them in the sun, being fabric they do fade.

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